Residents can exterminate paper wasps themselves this summer with the help of a few DIY tips from the Santa Clarita pest control company Unipest.
Unipest’s Cardon Ellis explains how the pest control company’s organic orange oil is good news for termite control in Santa Clarita.
Cardon Ellis of Unipest recently documented an orange oil treatment on camera, showing how the Santa Clarita pest control company eradicates termites using natural methods. Continue reading
For bird and other pest control in Santa Clarita, Unipest offers organic, eco-friendly, EPA-approved options to keep pests from damaging home- and business-owners’ property.
Unipest officials report that, like the many other pest control problems the Santa Clarita company tackles, pigeons and other small birds can damage property and are generally unhygienic. Continue reading
Offering an alternative to traditional fumigation, Unipest uses a specially-formulated orange oil for termite control in Santa Clarita.
Santa Clarita pest control company Unipest has long focused on using organic, eco-friendly methods to solve residents’ pest problems. As a part of this focus on natural pest control methods, Unipest offers an orange oil treatment for termite control in Santa Clarita. Continue reading
With warm weather comes increased bee activity, so free inspections for beehive removals are currently available from the Santa Clarita pest control company Unipest.
Not only are bees a nuisance, but they have the potential to be dangerous too, and an estimated 80 to 90 percent of Santa Clarita’s feral hives are Africanized, according to officials from Unipest. Continue reading
There are a few common kinds of beetles that have been seen infesting local trees, according to an expert on pest control in Santa Clarita.
Unipest has recently seen an increased number of diseased and/or infested trees which have required tree injections for treatment, according to Cardon Ellis. Continue reading
An expert from the Santa Clarita pest control company Unipest is aiming to help residents avoid bee hive removals this summer around their houses by naming two common issues that can result in infestations.
“It got hot all of a sudden, so everybody’s calling me with all kinds of crazy bee infestations,” said Cardon Ellis, owner of Unipest, adding that Santa Clarita usually gets an influx of bee activity after the weather gets to be above 77 degrees. Continue reading
It doesn’t rain much here in Santa Clarita, but when it does, guess who else wants to escape the wet weather? Pests!
We get a lot of calls from homeowners who have found rats and insects invading their home because of the rainy weather. Continue reading